Route Consultant, the industry’s top route broker, will host hundreds of FedEx Ground contractors from across the United States and Canada for a one-of-its-kind event in Nashville, TN. Route Consultant is paying every contractor that attends $300 cash to offset travel costs. In addition to industry panels and presentations, the event will feature a private concert in the heart of Music City and an open bar.
In our experience, the salaries and wages (payroll) in a FedEx Ground route business cost between 40 and 50% of total business revenue. This is the largest line item expense in your profit and loss (P&L) statement. It’s no wonder then that many prospective business owners want more details about how drivers get paid.
In September 2018, FedEx Ground announced its US operations would convert to a 6-days-per-week schedule following the holiday season.
That change is upon us now!
A couple new things to note as you work through the transition with your own FedEx Ground team.
Businesses of all types benefit from economies of scale. FedEx route businesses are no different. As you increase the number of routes in your businesses you are able to spread out your expenses more efficiently.
For example: each truck you add to your operation decreases per truck costs.
If you are considering investing in a FedEx route for the first time we recommend starting with a pickup and delivery (P&D) FedEx business. A Fedex P&D route business is easy to learn and simple to operate.
For Independent Service Providers (ISPs), Independent Contractors (ICs), and linehaul operations, FedEx offers bonuses to contractors that go above and beyond.
Bonuses can add a substantial amount to your overall revenue each year. Whether you are an existing FedEx contractor or looking to buy a FedEx route, obtaining contractor bonuses should absolutely be part of your financial goals and strategies.
Drones have been flying through the news for years: they’re going to be the fastest, most efficient way to deliver packages according to their endorsers.
But is that really the case? And what does that mean for you as a FedEx contractor?